Khalida Hatem Junaid. WAM
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
In a noble gesture, Crown Prince of Ajman has instructed officials at Ajman University to grant a blind Sudanese student, Khalida Hatem Junaid, full scholarship after she scored 98. 93 per cent in her high school exams.
The Ajman Executive Council is being chaired by Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi.
Khalida Hatem Junaid completed her schooling in the general programme at Al Hikma Private School.
The move aims to ensure educational excellence and support talented and outstanding students throughout their education.
"Ajman’s support for outstanding students who are people of determination and other excellent students aims to encourage young generations to assume their responsibilities and participate in the process of national development," said Sheikh Ammar.
Ajman Crown Prince also hailed support of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan for the education sector.
He also praised His Highness Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Supreme Council Member, Ruler of Ajman and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Ajman University, and the role of national education professionals in the success achieved by academic establishments.
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